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Reorganization, early retirement leaves SBCC understaffed

GERARDO ZAVALA, Associate Editor

April 14, 2017

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Understaffed City College departments might not be able to meet student expectations next semester because of campus-wide reorganization and early retirements. Along with other adjustments, the Supplemental Early Retirement ...

SBCC selected to participate in Guided Pathways Project

ANGELA ROSE BICKMANN, Associate Editor

April 13, 2017

Filed under Education, News

City College was selected to participate in the California Guided Pathways Project that will guide students towards a structured educational path from entry to graduation. “I’m absolutely thrilled with what the college has be...

SBCC prepares students for personal training certification

SAMMY ROWINSKI, Channels Staff

April 13, 2017

Filed under Career, Education, News

The Life Fitness Center offers a program to help students receive the National Academy of Sports Medicine personal training certification to become a certified personal trainer. The program prepares students for the training exam ...

Fresh food banks to provide free nutrition to students in need

JULIA PIZZA, News Editor

April 11, 2017

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Facilities Supervisor Mark Broomfield is collaborating with City College groups in efforts to create fresh food banks for students on campus. Currently, Extended Opportunity Program and Services has a fully stocked food pan...

SBCC students to participate in simulation of United Nations

BROOKE SNOW, Channels Staff

April 10, 2017

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Students from all over California will gather at the Western Collegiate Model United Nations this coming week to participate in a simulation of the United Nations. In this simulation, they will take on the pressure of repr...

Cal State tuition hikes spark controversy this transfer season

TOVA KIBAL, Channels Staff

April 10, 2017

Filed under Education, Financial Aid, News

It is midst spring semester and City College students are getting ready to transfer to a school of their choice, but a controversial tuition raise has gone through for the California State Universities. The Cal State Board...

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